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This issue of the journal sees the launch of two new sections. First, we offer a new smørgasbord of snippets of sexual health literature, offered by Venus (see page 236),1 named for the Roman goddess of love. Inspired by Minerva, Roman goddess of wisdom and author of an eponymous section in the BMJ, Venus will search the medical literature each quarter, looking for what she thinks a busy sexual health clinician might wish they had had time to read elsewhere.
Tradition has it that Venus was, for better and worse, less armoured and more …